Calculus
posted by Cecille .
Fill in the following table, where E(x) denotes the error in approximation of f(x) by T(x).
x  2
x 3 2.1 2.01, 2.001
f(x)
T(x)
E(x)

Do we get to know what f(x) and T(x) are?
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